Installing a jitsi server - in detail

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A very detailed explanation of how to set up Jitsi on FreeBSD and how the various packages interact.

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28 September 2020
Default window manager switched to CTWM in NetBSD-current  

For more than 20 years, NetBSD has shipped X11 with the "classic" default window manager of twm. However, it's been showing its age for a long time now.

Relayd  

Another component of OpenBSD is relayd. It’s an integrated Loadbalancer & Proxy Service, like F5, Nginx and Others. But just like other BSD Services, straight, simple and easy to use.

How to configure a small mail server  

This post is about setting up a mail server on an Internet facing host. It will accept and send mails for a domain, store the accepted mails locally and deliver them using POP3. This is a rather lengthy post because there are quite some pieces to put together. OpenSMTPD will handle incoming and outgoing mail using SMTP. rspamd will support it in fighting incoming spam and malware (using ClamAV), and signing outgoing mail using DKIM. Dovecot stores received mail for users and deliver it using POP3. Finally acme-client(8) is used to manage the certificate from Let's Encrypt.

27 September 2020
FreeBSD 12.2-BETA3 Available  

The third BETA build for the FreeBSD 12.2 release cycle is now available. ISO images for the amd64, armv6, armv7, arm64, i386, powerpc, powerpc64, and powerpcspe architectures are available on most of the FreeBSD mirror sites.

Google Summer of Code 2020: [Final Report] RumpKernel Syscall Fuzzing  

his post is the third update to the project RumpKernel Syscall Fuzzing.

Google Summer of Code 2020: [Final Report] Curses Library Automated Testing  

This is the final blog report in a series of blog reports, sharing some of the learning as well as caveats that they faced in the project.

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26 September 2020
DragonFly 5.8.3  

DragonFly 5.8.2 was missing two CVE fixes – CVE-2019-1547 and CVE-2019-18408. They are fixed and the new 5.8.3 release has them.

OPNsense 20.7.3 released  

Release brings a number of FreeBSD security advisories and a few reliability fixes.

25 September 2020
Security Headlines with Mischa Peters  

In this podcast episode, we interview Mischa Peters which is a long time BSD user with a background in the world of data centers and ISP’s. One of his latest projects is OpenBSD Amsterdam which is a pure-hearted OpenBSD virtual machine hosting provider. That is running 100% OpenBSD, it’s even using OpenBSD’s own hypervisor. We deep dive into OpenBSD Amsterdam, scripting with ssh, awk, and the basic tools, BSD, Hack-tic and a lot more!

BSD Now 369: Where rc.d belongs  

High Availability Router/Firewall Using OpenBSD, CARP, pfsync, and ifstated, Building the Development Version of Emacs on NetBSD, rc.d belongs in libexec, not etc, FreeBSD 11.3 EOL, OPNsense 20.7.1 Released, MidnightBSD 1.2.7 out, and more.

24 September 2020
Unified pfSense® Documentation  

To improve the documentation for pfSense® software and make it easier to use, Netgate are merging the content from the book and the former wiki into a single unified set of documentation available now at https://docs.netgate.com/pfsense/en/latest/.

MidnightBSD 1.2.10  

New security update for MidnightBSD. Description: udf: Validate the full file entry length Otherwise a corrupted file entry containing invalid extended attribute lengths or allocation descriptor lengths can trigger an overflow when the file entry is loaded.

DragonFly 5.8.2 released  

New bugfix release for 5.8 DragonFly series has been released.

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